For the U.S. Navy, unmanned systems – especially uncrewed maritime systems – offer the promise of providing the U.S. military with an asymmetric advantage over potential adversaries.
On Tuesday, Dec 5, just a few days away, the Coronado City Council is going to make the one big decision that will determine the future of our city’s largest park, forever.
Coronado’s Cheryl Landon shares the story of how her dad became Michael Landon with a message of hope for the holidays.
In the decade since I joined Congress, I’ve made it a priority to close that distance and get the federal government to pay attention to the cross-border sewage that has fouled Coronado and South Bay beaches for too long.
In his 29th year as a cartoonist, Steve Breen – formerly of The San Diego Union-Tribune – has found a new home.
On this Veterans Day (Nov. 11), I am remembering my father, Edward P.J. Corbett, (1919-1998) who enlisted in the Marine Corps on his 24th birthday in 1943.
In April 2018, A Simple Solution to Preventing Suicides on the Coronado Bridge was published in the Times of San Diego. This proposed solution drew significant attention, but was not enacted. Five years later, the Coronado Bridge Suicide Machine continues unabated. As do the interminable bridge shutdowns causing massive traffic problems on both sides of the bridge […]
The purpose of this letter is to invite and encourage Cays residents to take the 2023 Cays Park Options Survey at cayspark.weebly.com. As you probably know, four conceptual options for the park have recently been presented by the Schmidt Design Group. The position of the Coronado Futbol Club is simple and easy to understand: they […]
Mike Yeager’s justification of the Awaken Church ignores the central issue. It is not an ordinary, normal Christian church. Awaken’s Jesus is a sword carrying, political creature intent on creating a theocracy and imposing his political will and military power on those who oppose him. This is a perfect description of Yeager’s hero and superior, […]
The response to my Op-Ed questioning “Where are the Democrats in the ongoing Tijuana River sewage crisis?” neglected to point out that in the body of the piece, I named those Democrats who have been in various positions of city, state and federal government leadership for at least 10 years. Perhaps it would have been […]
Coronado News and syndicated editorial cartoonist Lisa Benson is the latest to opine how California Gov. Gavin Newsom seems to not care about the massive international sewage crisis affecting Imperial Beach and Coronado.
We found Carolyn Rogerson’s Op-Ed “Where are the Democrats in the Sewage Crisis?” to be divisive and uninformed. Our community is 100% united and in common cause to find the answers to this increasing threat to the community – the poisonous sewage closing our beaches and sickening our population. In recent years, this alarming influx […]
It’s too bad sewage on our beaches, an issue that is as nonpartisan as it gets, is being painted with partisan brush. (See the September 15 op-ed “Where are the Democrats in the ongoing Tijuana River sewage crisis?) To blame the Democrats and divide our community around this public health crisis is counterproductive. Instead, we […]
We have now passed the 18-month point of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine. While it will take years to unpack all of the lessons learned from this conflict, some things have already become clear. Topping that list is the use of uncrewed systems in this conflict. The media has been all but saturated with stories regarding […]
While the governor often attempts to portray himself as “a man of the people,” he does so at the expense of the 27,000-plus residents in the state’s most southwesterly city,
On Sept. 1, a rally was held at Coronado’s Central Beach to call attention to the ocean water contamination due to continued sewage spills from Tijuana. Imperial Beach has been dramatically impacted by this sewage crisis for decades and Coronado has suffered ocean water contamination at an increased rate these past several years. Where were […]